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Community and Wellbeing

Have your say on Barossa Bushgardens

4 Nov. 2020

Barossa Bushgardens is a regional native flora centre, conserving, promoting and supplying the Barossa region's unique local native plants. It is a model social enterprise that was founded nearly 20 years ago in context of 97% of native vegetation loss in the Barossa region. The site now features a multi faceted seed orchard, display gardens, a greenhouse, volunteer centre, nursery and sales area. The Barossa Bushgardens are open to the public 365 days a year and entry is free.

The Barossa Bushgardens draft Urban Design Framework has been prepared to identify how the Barossa Bushgardens currently and potentially can connect with the urban context of Nuriootpa and the Barossa Valley. The Framework includes recommendations of:

  • Enhancement of major pedestrian access
  • New vehicular, pedestrian and bike access off Research Road
  • Further development of community volunteer centre precinct area
  • Shared path upgrade
  • Signage and way finding

You can provide feedback until Tuesday 24 November at Your Say Barossa

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